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99 Disco 2 Dash lights M and S Flashing

The alternator in my Disco 2 went out just replaced it and now there are two green flashing lights Mand S and when i put it in drive the drive light flashes also and i can only go up to 20 mph.

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It thinks you're kinky ;)

Seriously though, it suggests a problem with the Automatic Gear box ECU, or X/Y selector switch. Can also be water in the connector as it joins the gearbox, or someone's knocked the ECU which is under the passenger seat (RHD).
Sometimes this can be cleared by stopping, turning off the ignition, and starting again and it's fine. It's alerting you that it is in 'Limp Home' mode (3)

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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